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Where the Value of the kind of Victual is given in the Official Returns of Fiars Prices
1The minister of a parish, the whole or part of whose victual stipend has been localled in any kind of victual not mentioned in the First Schedule to this Act or the clerk of the presbytery where the benefice is vacant or any heritor concerned, may apply to the Clerk of Teinds to fix the former county average value (in this Schedule referred to as the “average value”) of such kind of victual. In any such application by the minister or the clerk of the presbytery the applicant shall give the names of the heritors on whose lands the whole or part of such stipend has been so localled.E+W+S+N.I.
2Thereafter the average value of the kind of victual in question for the fifty years one thousand eight hundred and seventy-three to one thousand nine hundred and twenty-two shall be fixed by the Clerk of Teinds by reference to the official returns of fiars prices for the county in which the parish is situated or where no value for that kind of victual is given in those returns then by reference to the official returns of fiars prices for such other county or counties as the Clerk of Teinds may select as being most suitable in the circumstances of the case.E+W+S+N.I.
3The average value as so fixed shall be intimated by the Clerk of Teinds to the minister or the clerk of the presbytery where the benefice is vacant and to the common agent of the heritors, and the Clerk of Teinds shall at the same time enter the said value in a book to be kept by him in the Teind Office for the purpose, the said book being available for inspection by any member of the public at the Teind Office during the official hours of opening thereof.E+W+S+N.I.
Where the Value of the kind of Victual is not given in the Official Returns of Fiars Prices
1The minister of a parish the whole or part of whose victual stipend has been localled in any kind of victual not mentioned in the First Schedule to this Act or the clerk of the presbytery where the benefice is vacant or any heritor concerned may apply to the sheriff to fix the average value thereof.E+W+S+N.I.
2The sheriff after intimation of any such application to such persons as he may appoint and after such inquiry as he thinks fit shall fix the said average value.E+W+S+N.I.
3The said average value as so fixed shall be intimated by the sheriff to the Clerk of Teinds who shall enter the value in the book mentioned in paragraph 3 of Head A of this Schedule which shall be open for inspection as therein mentioned.E+W+S+N.I.
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